Chatham Bandstand (at night) - #9, card

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Chatham Bandstand (at night) - #9, card

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5x7 note card

19x13 (26x20 matted) print

Chatham's first bandstand, built in the early 30's, was across from the Epicure where there is now a town parking lot. The present bandstand was built in the early 50's. It was named after conductor Whit Tileston on his 80th birthday.

Every Friday during the summer, free concerts are given from 8:00 till 9:30 P.M., and season attendance is in the thousands.

"To see the bandstand at dusk," says artist Karen North Wells, "is apple pie America at its best. The lights, the crowds, the balloons, the quaint bandstand, and above all, the stirring music, made me try to capture it all in this watercolor."

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